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Page 1/10. 183 Middle names and what they mean, for middle for baby boys, listing 1-20.

Abram .. From the Middle Ages, however, if not before, it was taken to be a contracted version ..
[Abe, Abey, Abie, Abramo, Abran, .. 5 more]

Adam .. Steadily used from the middle ages until the 1700s, and again beginning in the 1970s ..
[Ad, Adamo, Adams, Adan, Adao, .. 19 more]

Alan .. Popular in the Middle Ages, with a boom around the 1950s influenced by the popularity of actor Alan Ladd ..
[Ailean, Ailin, Al, Alain, Alair, .. 20 more]

Aloysius .. The name was rather common in Italy in the Middle Ages, and was by made popular by the 16th-century Italian saint Aloysius, patron saint of students ..
[Ahlois, Aloess, Alois, Aloisio, Aloisius, .. 9 more]

Amadeus .. A saint's name that became widely familiar as Wolfgang Mozart's middle name due to the 1984 movie "Amadeus", which dramatized the famed composer's life.
[Amadee, Amadei, Amadeo, Amado, Amadeusz, .. 12 more]

Aneislis .. Anéislis has been used since the early Middle Ages ..
[Standish, Stanislas]

Aodh .. It was a common personal name since long ago, and from the later Middle Ages onwards, was commonly anglicized as Hugh and Eugene ..

Armstrong (Middle English) "Strong fighter."

Aron .. Aron was used for Elvis Presley's middle name.

Arthur .. Often used in the Middle Ages, but uncommon until the early 19th century, when Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, vanquished Napoleon ..
[Aart, Arrt, Art, Artair, Arte, .. 12 more]

Aston .. Also possibly related to a Middle English personal name Astanus ..

Avery .. Transferred use of the surname, which originated in the Middle Ages from a Norman French pronunciation of Alfred ..
[Averey, Avry]

Bachelor (Middle French) "Unmarried man." ..
[Bachellor, Batcheler, Batcheller, Batchelor, Batchellor]

Bailey .. Occupational name: in the Middle Ages, a bailiff was a minor official of the law.
[Bail, Bailee, Baileigh, Bailie, Baillee, .. 6 more]

Baldwin .. In the Middle Ages, it was rather common, and gave rise to a surname ..
[Bald, Baldewin, Baldovino, Balduin, Balduino, .. 5 more]

Barrett Possibly (Middle English) "dispute, argument", (Old German) "bear-strength", or from Barrette (Old French) "cap" ..
[Baret, Barrat, Barratt, Barret, Barrette, .. 3 more]

Bartholomew .. The name was common in the Middle Ages but was not revived in the 19th century, as so many medieval names were ..
[Bart, Bartalan, Bartel, Barth, Barthelemy, .. 24 more]

Baxter .. Occupational name and transferred use of the surname, which originated in the Middle Ages.
[Bax, Baxley]

Baxley (Middle English) "Baker's meadow."
[Baxlea, Baxlee, Baxlie, Baxly]

Belton (Middle English) "Beautiful town." ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Middle names: Abram, Adam, Alan, Aloysius, Aron, Arthur, Avery, Bailey, Barrett, Bartholomew, Baxter

Abram, Adam, Alan, Aron, Arthur, Avery and Barrett are commonly used names, while Aloysius, Amadeus, Aneislis, Aodh, Armstrong, Aston, Bachelor, Bailey, Baldwin, Bartholomew, Baxley, Baxter and Belton are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)

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